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Kitchens Of Distinction

The lush, dreamlike British pop trio Kitchens of Distinction were formed in London in 1986 by singer/bassist Patrick Fitzgerald, guitarist Julian Swales, and drummer Dan Goodwin. Taking their name from a Hygena advertisement, they issued their 1987 debut single, "Last Gasp Death Shuffle," on their own Gold Rush label, signing to One Little Indian after the record garnered Single of the Week honors in the pages of the NME. Two further singles, "Prize" and "The 3rd Time We Opened the Capsule," followed prior to the release of their 1989 debut LP, Love Is Hell. Despite the critical acclaim given the album as well as its follow-up 1989 EP, Elephantine, much of the early media attention afforded Kitchens of Distinction swirled around Fitzgerald, openly gay at a time when such public candor was quite rare. Though widely considered a cult band, their 1991 sophomore effort, Strange Free World, debuted on the U.K. Top 40, but quickly tumbled off the charts. The Death of Cool followed in 1992, but did little to improve their commercial fortunes, and after 1994's Cowboys and Aliens also failed, Kitchens of Distinction were dropped by One Little Indian. Upon resurfacing in 1996 on Fierce Panda with the single "Feel My Genie" (released under the name Kitchens OD), the group split; Fitzgerald subsequently continued under the name Fruit. It would be almost 20 years before the band regrouped for the 2013 full-length Folly. The album was less of a reunion and more the result of two years of the bandmembers casually working on tunes together in Fitzgerald's home studio. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi
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Your boring, these guys f**king rock and give it their all on every track
They are really boring. Somebody slip these guys some Red Bull or something and wake them up
humbertosuar e z j r
Folks if you didn't know , they reunited and put out an album in 2013 with all new material
humbertosuar e z j r
Saw them 3 times in NY in 90's , they put on an amazing live show , and had the pleasure of meeting Patrick and spoke to him for about a minute , but he was sincere and polite , and cool for talking to me
one of their best tracks: Drive That Fast from SFW. that song is what intro'd KOD to me, and i thought was going to be their breakout hit. that album is blissful.
linbot1
I saw them way back in the day (maybe 1991-1992)in New Jersey and went out to breakfast with Patrick Fitzgerald after the show with a bunch of other people as we had friends in common. What a doll he was!
Saw them here in Denver in 1992. There was a crowd of only about 200 people, but still one of the best shows I have ever seen. I feel lucky to have seen them at all. I hung on every note, and yes the "wall of sound" from just three guys was amazing. Swales was certainly at a different level, but they also worked as a band, For such a small crowd, they gave it their all. Only regret I didn't take a poster, they were all over the walls.
buync
I love Kitchens of Distinction. Saw them years ago in San Francisco when they played a free show in Union Square. I wish Pandora would add their album "Love is Hell" to the selected discography section. It's my favorite!
kaydaw24
My favorite radio station in NY, WLIR played these guys, I think I have a mixed tape somewhere... S o happy to get another chance. They are beautiful. Can't wait for my next roadtrip on the Blue Ridge parkway, blasting this the whole way...
I saw them open for Suzanne Vega too!! Awesome band!!! I later saw them at a smaller venue and talked to Patrick. Super nice guy. I then found a bunch of their singles in a record store and opened them to find them all autographed. How cool :)
OH wow This group was AMAZING. I was lucky enough to see them open for Suzanne Vega, many years ago. I cannot believe they had such a short career. They need to reform and kick the musical behinds of so many wanna be atmospheric, guitar type bands (M83, Asobi Sexu etc..cough cough)
my favorite band of all time, above all others! Feeding my KOD addiction since 1993.
KOD were a very underrated band. Guitarist Julian Swales was a genius. Too bad they broke up, but they remain one of my all time favorite bands.
chrisangulo2
RADIOHEAD's Greenwood brothers have said KOD were criminally underrated and Johnny Greenwood has listed Swales as a major influence.
chrisangulo2
I have been lucky enough to see KOD 3 times. The first was a show at Slim's in SF and it goes down as one of the greatest shows I've ever seen. The trio pushing that wall of sound with a psychedelic rotating rainbow behind them, Swales bouncing around like a electrified mountain goat "Swailing" on the guitar, and the crowd mesmerised that this was 3 people and not a thousand. I saw them open for Suzanne Vega and most there hadn't heard of them, I was shouting out songs during the breaks and w
This is an outstandingl y good group and they are great intellectual s in providing the best in talent.

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